2019《跨校最强音》六月二十一日圆满举行，8号蔡斯杰(多伦多大学士嘉堡校区) 勇夺冠军，亚军4号孙仙易(多伦多大学士嘉堡校区)、5号袁绎博(约克大学) 成为季军，而6号阎冠宇(多伦多大学士嘉堡校区) 则成为「Kingscross Hyundai最完美演绎」奖得主，并由士嘉堡Kingscross Hyundai总裁Clayton Tso亲自颁发。
2019《跨校最强音》得到各赞助商鼎力支持，于一片热闹气氛中圆满结束。大会当晚除透过社群媒体即时更新外，《跨校最强音》总决赛亦安排在新时代电视6月30日星期日9pm; 新时代2高清台7月7日6pm, 以及城市电视7月14日6:30pm播出。
从小热爱音乐乃是受爷爷影响，看着爷爷每天在家中自弹 (电子琴) 自唱，甚是享受；耳濡目染下，音乐便成了余枫生命的一部分。出生于湖北省武汉市的余枫 (Ryan)，外型阳光、唱功出色，是近年国内备受欢迎的流行乐男歌手。在美国读书期间他曾自组乐队，并在一次音乐比赛中拿了冠军，而那次的经历改变了他，于是便返回国内开始他的音乐生涯。余枫为了开展他的音乐梦，曾毅然放弃在美国读书的机会。虽然他遭到家人极大反对，但Ryan并没放弃，今天的成就证明他的努力并没有白费。
余枫在中国大受欢迎，他先后参加过不少大型歌唱比赛，成绩骄人。最为人瞩目的是，2014年在浙江卫视《中国好声音第三季》中，夺得杨坤组冠军、全国总决赛季军。同年，Ryan以「创新、敢想敢做、国际化」被评为「武汉N时代偶像」；2015年在《全球华语榜中榜》获得新人奖；同年，成为一名职业赛车手。 2016年为户外明星挑战类真人秀节目《我们的挑战》献唱同名主题曲，及为电视剧《北上广依然相信爱情》献唱片尾曲《暧昧反转》；2017年获得东方风云榜“东方新人”奖。 2018年发行个人原创单曲《偶像》和个人单曲《等你回答》。余枫不单只在中国获奖无数，在加拿大亦受到乐迷大力支持，在新声音选举中，余枫赢得乐迷投以高票当选，获得《校园至爱新声音大奖》的美誉。
由新时代电视主办，城市电视、加拿大中文电台及娱乐生活杂志协办之2019《跨校最强音》总决赛将在明晚 ( 6月21日) 于John Bassett Theatre大多市会议中心隆重举行。
八位总决赛参赛者除角逐冠、亚、季军外、还有「Kingscross Hyundai 最完美演绎奖」等。总决赛选手经已接受一连串培训、拍摄宣传照及宣传片等等，一切准备就绪于明晚在大型舞台上争夺「跨校最强音」殊荣。新时代电视将于6月30日晚上9点播出整个精彩过程，观众敬请准时收睇万勿错过。
- 多倫多大學(聖喬治校區): 湯銘恩
- 多倫多大學(密西沙加校區): 孫仙易
- 多倫多大學(士嘉堡校區): 閆冠宇，蔡斯杰
- 約克大學: 袁繹博，程浩川
- 瑞爾森大學/懷雅遜大學: 楊育奇
- 百年理工學院: 周子聰
Organized by Fairchild Television, and co-organized by Talentvision and Popular Lifestyle & Entertainment Magazine, the finals for the Students Can Sing singing competition were held at the John Bassett Theatre in downtown Toronto on June 21st.
#8 Jessie Cai (from the University of Toronto Scarborough campus) was crowned the champion. 1st runner-up and 2nd runner-up went to #4 Sandy Sun (from the University of Toronto Scarborough campus) and #5 Andy Yuan (York University) respectively. The Most Perfect Interpretation Award was awarded to #6 Guanyu Yan (from the University of Toronto Scarborough campus), and was presented by Scarborough Kingscross Hyundai President Mr. Clayton Tso.
In order to promote the local university and college music culture, Fairchild Television was ecstatic to be able to provide a platform for students who love music. There are many students in universities and colleges that have musical talents and love to sing, and this opportunity allowed students to develop their talents and realize their musical dreams.
Participating schools include the University of Toronto (St.George campus), University of Toronto (Mississauga campus), University of Toronto (Scarborough campus), York University, Ryerson University, Centennial College and more.
Masters of Ceremonies for the final show included Poon Chung Ming and Denise Liang. The judging panel was comprised of singer and singing teacher Mr. Hill Jiang, singer and vocal teacher Ms. Angela Zhang, and famous musician Mr. Li Hui Ming. The auditor for the competition was Mr. Alexis Yam,CA.
Alongside our eight finalists, four ex-New Talent Singing Award finalists (Patrick Lau, Natalie Lam, Kenneth Wu and Richard Wang) helped create an energetic song & dance performance to open the show.
The finals were split into two sections. In the first section, the eight finalists each selected a song that best showed their strengths to the audience.
The second round consisted of duets.
Special guest performer Ryan Yu took the stage to serenade the audience with "Love Without Reincarnation", "Perfect","Idol", and "Shallow”. Audience members were absolutely smitten with Yu’s lovely voice. Yu’s hardworking attitude and unremitting efforts to improve are definitely traits that our finalists can take home.
Students Can Sing 2019 could not have happened without the generous support by various sponsors. In addition to real-time updates through social media, the Students Can Sing finals will air June 30th at 9pm on Fairchild TV, July 7th at 6pm on Fairchild TV HD and July 14th at 6:30pm on Talentvision for those who could not be there in person.
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Guest performer Ryan Yu made the transpacific trip to take the Students Can Sing stage with our eight finalists as we find out who will emerge victorious and nab the Students Can Sing champion title.
Journey Through Music
Influenced by his grandfather, Ryan Yu’s love for music started at a very young age. His grandfather would play the piano and sing every day. In turn, music became a crucial part of Yu’s life. Born in Wuhan, this rising Chinese pop singer’s handsome and lively demeanor goes hand-in-hand with his singing skills.
During his time in the United States, he formed a band to continue his passion for music and singing. He entered a competition that he would later say helped solidify his decision to join the music industry.
When he returned to China, he jump-started his musical career by participating in many large-scale singing competitions. His achievements have been quite impressive, including a second-runner up position on the third season of The Voice of China.
In order to pursue his musical dream, Yu gave up the opportunity to study in the United States. When he expressed his desire to leave school to pursue music, he was met with strong opposition from his parents. However, he did not take his parents’ objections to heart. Yu went to a bar to sing and found a teacher to teach him proper techniques. His achievements today prove that his efforts have not been in vain.
Yu is very popular in China. He participated in many large-scale singing competitions and achieved outstanding results.
In 2014, he participated in season 3 of The Voice of China.He emerged as the front runner in Yang Kun’s group and subsequently achieved a 2nd runner-up position overall. In the same year, Yu was named Wuhan’s N Generation Idol, as he inspires the younger generation to be innovative and courageous.
In 2015, he won the Newcomer Award at the China Music Awards. In the same year, he also became a professional racer.
In 2016, he sang the theme song for the outdoor reality show competition Our Challenge, and the ending song for the TV series City Still Believe In Love.
In 2017, he won the Oriental Billboard’s "Oriental Newcomer" award.
In 2018, he released his original single ‘Idol’ and his personal single ‘Wait For Your Answer’.
Not only has Yu won numerous awards in China, but he has also received strong support from his fans in Canada. In a recent ‘New Voice Award’ poll,he garnered the highest number of votes from his overseas fans.
Organized by Fairchild Television, and co-organized by Talentvision Television and Popular Lifestyle & Entertainment Magazine, the finals for the Students Can Sing singing competition will be held at the John Bassett Theatre in downtown Toronto on June 21st (Friday).Participating schools include the University of Toronto (St. George campus),University of Toronto (Mississauga campus), University of Toronto (Scarborough campus), York University, Ryerson University, Centennial College and more.
Masters of Ceremonies for the final show include Poon Chung Ming and Denise Liang. The judging panel is comprised of singer and singing teacher Mr. Hill Jiang, singer and vocal teacher Ms. Angela Zhang, and famous musician Mr. Li Hui Ming. The auditor for the competition is Mr. Alexis Yam,CA.
In addition to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place, the eight finalists will also be battling it out for the Most Perfect Interpretation Award (presented by Kingscross Hyundai).
The finalists have gone through countless series of training sessions to perfect their singing and dancing skills, in preparation for show day.
Be sure to watch Fairchild Television June 30th at 9pm to catch the entire show and see who is crowned the Students Can Sing champion!
In order to promote the local university and college music culture, Fairchild Television is ecstatic to be able to provide the best opportunity and platform for students who love music.There are many students in universities and colleges that have musical talents and love to sing. This platform allows students to develop their talents and realize their musical dreams. We wish all the finalists the best of luck, and hope they enjoy the stage and this experience to the fullest!
For more information, please visit:
The finals for the Students Can Sing singing competition will be held June 21st at the John Basset Theatre in downtown Toronto.
In preparation for the show, the eight finalists gathered for one last rehearsal this past Saturday.
Who will be crowned the 2019 Students Can Sing champion? Make sure you stay tuned to Fairchild TV!